Film Review: Kulasami
The Vemal starrer Kulasami hit screens on May 5th. The direction is by "Kutty Puli" Sharavana Shakthi with dialogues by Vijay Sethupathy.
Vemal plays an auto driver who has lost his loving sister, who had to a big college, to fulfil her dream of studying medicine, being the only topper from her village.
But once there, she succumbs to the evil designs of a gang who with the help of college staff, lure innocent students with friendly loans and later exploit them.
Tanya Hope plays a medical student in the same college, who now gets caught in their web when she sets out to expose this group. With her life in danger, can the hero save her before its too late?
The film seems to have a message, exposing this, kind of exploitation which could be an eye opener to parents.
There is all out action, and Vemal shines all through.
Tanya Hope does justice to her role but the chemistry between the leads seems missing.
The sister sentiment scenes may appeal to family audiences. The songs too are well shot.
Though the message seems a noble one, the making seems a tad dated reminding you of 80's movies. The large doses of action could have been cut down for a crisper feel.
Vemal as Soora Sangu
Tanya hope as Gayathri
Vinothini as Kannaki
Keerthana - Kalai
Boss venkat as Subburayan
Muthupandi as Dharmaraj
Suriya as Thirunavukarasu
Janani balu as Mama
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Director - "Kutty Puli" Sharavana Shakthi
Dialogue - "Makkal Selvan" Vijay Sethupathi
Cinematographer - "Wide Angle" Ravi Shankar
Art director - Jayakumar
Editor - Gobi krishnan
Music - VM Mahalingam
Stunt choreographer - Kanal Kannan
Dance - Radhika,Sasikumar
Lyrics - Madhan Karky,Snehan,Va.Karuppan
Audiography - R.Krishnamorthy
SFX - C.Sethu
Colorist - V.Karthik